We've lost faith as a nation in our collective ability to be bulldust detectors – and now we're asking the government to step in.
In 2023, now aged 92 years, Murdoch has reached a point where he would not so much step down as shuffle slightly to the side.
Gone is the frontier utopianism of an open, untampered information environment, where bright and optimistic netizens could gather, digitally speaking, in the digital hall.
The ACT government's initial decision to delay the public release of the report of its Sofronoff Board of Inquiry into the criminal justice system was a textbook example of how not to manage a public inquiry.
The Australian government is proposing a law that will force digital platforms (Facebook, etc.) to determine what is 'true'
After four seasons, the well should have run dry, with those amiable darlings vanishing in a devastating Australian drought. But fecundity has returned, and the landscape abloom with flourishing feeds.
Mortality at sea is becoming a theme of late. The nature of how that mortality has been represented, however, has varied.
The net effect of the claims proven to be substantially and contextually true meant that the unproven statements had done little to inflict overall damage upon the soldier's reputation.
In the six years since my 85th birthday, I have written and published 4 books and have just begun the fifth.
Assange still languishing in prison for exposing the truth.
Cue the chants of a studio audience and the threat of physical confrontation and the late Jerry Springer, former news reporter and Cincinnati mayor, would be there.
What struck me was Barry's extraordinary spontaneity; his ability to come up with one funny idea after another in rapid succession and bring Peter Luck along with the ideas.